I can’t live without iTunes credits. Unfortunately I’m down to my last $30 worth of iTunes cards.
I use iTunes to download my favorite TV shows, movies, and music.
But since I don’t travel to the US often, I’m at the mercy of friends and relatives who buy iTunes cards for me when they’re there.
My friends know iTunes cards are the only things I really ask for on birthdays and Christmas.
Luckily my Googling skills led me to a site where I’ve successfully bought iTunes credits: US Gift Codes.
Aside from iTunes cards, you can also purchase Playstation and XBox credits, among others.
The site charges a little bit more on top of the cards’ face value.
Upon purchasing, US Gift Codes will email you scans of the cards so you know they’re legit.
And it works. Here’s the proof of credit I got after purchasing from US Gift Codes.
Sharing this for the benefit of others who need their iTunes.
How high-tech is Japan? When it sends a Tagalog-speaking Japanese relief worker to Tacloban
Swept away: Watch a house disappear within seconds after a storm surge
Cadaver dogs aid in recovery of corpses in Tacloban
Awesome Dutch citizens raise more than 18 million euros (or more than 1 billion pesos) through a nationwide telethon
Jamie Oliver asks British viewers to donate to the Philippines through Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC)
In Warsaw, Poland, Naderev Saño—Filipino representative to the Warsaw conference—gave a tearful speech pleading with the world to take immediate, drastic action to reduce climate change-causing carbon dioxide emissions
“They are not broken,” Anderson Cooper says in his Reporter’s Notebook
"Mabuhi Philipines, Maramay salama for all you've shown us. Maramay salama for showing us all how to live" @andersoncooper. #AC360
Mobile phone users from over 40 countries can now directly donate to Yolanda relief via HelpPh.
Send airtime load through BayadLoad, a mobile money service of Smart Communications, Inc., approved by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (the Philippine Central Bank) for this purpose.
To contribute to HelpPh, mobile phone subscribers overseas must key-in +63-999-7-000-000 (12-digits) as the beneficiary mobile number and then send their donation using the airtime top-up procedure of their specific mobile network operator.
The maximum amount per day is US$10. This fund-raising program will continue until December 31, 2013.
Smart, Sun, and Talk & Text subscribers can also donate by texting HelpPH to 5353
Through its mobile money subsidiary, SMART has partnered with four leading global mobile airtime transfer companies that include Transfer To, Tranglo, ezetop, and Aryty—which all together cover more than 250 partner mobile network operators in 90 countries.
This mobile collection drive was launched by The Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation (PDRF) to fund relief and reconstruction programs, in partnership with the Philippine Red Cross, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Caritas Manila, Philippine Business for Social Progress, Gawad Kalinga, the United States Agency for International Development and the GSMA, the global association of the mobile phone industry.
PDRF was organized in 2009 following the devastation caused by Typhoon Ketsana/Ondoy and is made up of major private sector companies and leading NGOs.